Knowledge Identifier: +Dustin_Hoffman
Mel Gussow - In the late 1960s and in 1970 he and his wife Ann and son Ethan, actor Dustin Hoffman, and several other families lived in apartments in a townhouse at 16 West 11th Street
Susan Sullivan - She got her acting start in the 1960s playing opposite Dustin Hoffman in the Broadway play "Jimmy Shine"
Hoffman made his theatrical film debut in The Tiger Makes Out in 1967, alongside Eli Wallach.
John Sebastian - In December 1968 a musical for which he composed the music and lyrics, "Jimmy Shine", opened on Broadway with Dustin Hoffman in the title role
In 1970, Hoffman and Byrne were living in Greenwich Village in a building next door to the townhouse destroyed by members of the Weathermen when they detonated a bomb in the building's basement, killing three people.
Capitol Records - Columbia Records issued an album of dialog and music excerpts from the successful 1970 Dustin Hoffman film, "Little Big Man", and 20th Century Fox Records included George C. Scott's opening and closing speeches, as well as Jerry Goldsmith's score, in their soundtrack album made from the film "Patton"
John P. Hammond - He provided the soundtrack for the 1970 film, "Little Big Man", starring Dustin Hoffman
Herb Gardner - Gardner was the screenwriter and co-producer of the 1971 motion picture "Who Is Harry Kellerman, and Why Is He Saying Those Terrible Things About Me-" which starred Dustin Hoffman
Edward Bunker - He finally had his first novel "No Beast So Fierce" published in 1973, to which Dustin Hoffman purchased the film rights
George DeWitt - DeWitt came out of retirement in 1974, appearing with Dustin Hoffman in the film "Lenny"
Polly Holliday - While working on "All Over Town", she befriended the play's director, Dustin Hoffman, who would later work with her on the 1976 movie "All the President's Men"
Bette Midler - In 1977, Midler's first television special, Ol' Red Hair is Back, premiered, featuring guest stars Dustin Hoffman and Emmett Kelly.
Teri Garr - In 1982, she was nominated for an Academy *award for her supporting role as Dustin Hoffman's actress friend in "Tootsie"
Hoffman turned to television in the role of Willy Loman in Death of a Salesman, for which he won the 1985 Emmy Award in the category of Outstanding Lead Actor in a TV Movie or Miniseries.
Charles Durning - His Tony *award winning performance as Big Daddy in the 1989 revival of "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof", Matthew Harrison Brady to George C. Scott's Henry Drummond in the Tony Randall produced revival of "Inherit the Wind" in 1997, and Charley in the 1980 revival of "Death of a Salesman" starring Dustin Hoffman and Kate Reid
Little Fockers - On August 24, 2009, it was announced that Dustin Hoffman was finally going to reprise his role as Greg's father, Bernie Focker
In 2011, Hoffman reprised his role as Shifu in commercial and Critically successful animated film Kung Fu Panda 2.
Massive Attack - On 11 December 2011, their song "Splitting The Atom" premièred as the theme song on "Luck", a HBO television series starring Dustin Hoffman
Nick Nolte - He starred opposite Dustin Hoffman in the 2012 HBO TV series "Luck", which in spite of being renewed for a second season after only one episode, was canceled by HBO in March 2012 due to the death of three horses during filming
Actor Liam Neeson was widely covered by the media in January 2018 for coming to Hoffman's defense, saying that touching a woman's breasts against her will behind the scenes of a play almost every night was "childhood stuff," and "you do silly things and it becomes kind of superstitious; if you don't do it every night you think it's going to jinx the show